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Topic outline of sculpture

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to sculpture:

A sculpture – human-made three-dimensional art object.

Sculpture or sculpting – activity of creating sculptures. A person who creates sculptures is called a sculptor.

Types of sculpture

Styles of sculpture

History of sculpture

Main article: History of sculpture

General sculpture concepts

Materials used in Sculpture

Traditional Materials

Modern Materials

Selected sculptors

Antiquity to the 19th century

19th to 20th century (Modern)

Contemporary

Arts similar to sculpture

See also

Visual arts portal

External links

  • This outline displayed as a mindmap, at wikimindmap.com
  • 1200 Years of Italian Sculpture ( mostly in Italian)
  • Masters of 20th Century Figure Sculpture
  • Essays on sculpture from Sweet Briar College, Department of Art History
  • International Sculpture Center
  • Sculpture artists listings from the-artists.org
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